One-day IP & licensing basics course Sept. 13 at UH Law Center, by LES Houston chapter
On Friday, September 13, at the UH Law Center, the Houston chapter of the Licensing Executives Society USA/Canada will again present a one-day, highly-interactive CLE program, "IP & Licensing Basics," which has been developed over a number of years by LES in the U.S. and other countries. The program is again co-sponsored by the Intellectual Property and Information Law Institute at UH Law Center; this year we welcome the Houston Bar Association as a new co-sponsor. CLE credit of 6.5 hours is expected, as in past years. The program always gets very-high marks from attenders, in no small part because of its interactive nature (including a license-negotiation game). It's especially well-suited for non-specialists, including for example admins, paralegals, and other non-lawyers, who would like to get a basic overview of intellectual property law and how IP licensing works. It's a bargain, too: The maximum late-registration cost is $295, including breakfast, lunch, and "afterparty." REGISTER HERE
Please note this is not a HIPLA event. Additional information about this course is available on the LES Website.